Programs & Services
Therapeutic Riding Lessons
Participate in horseback riding designed to meet your needs! Balance, coordination and muscle control are just a few of the numerous physical benefits of riding which go hand in hand with the numerous social and emotional benefits. Trained staff will pair you to the right horse and create lessons designed to meet goals that you set. Lessons may take place in our indoor arena, covered outdoor arena or on trail.
10 Week Session —
Lessons are scheduled in convenient ten week sessions, one hour per week.
Private Session – $500
Semi-Private Session (2 riders) – $400/rider
Group Lesson Session (3 riders) – $350/rider
Single Lesson —
Single lessons can be scheduled to explore rider interest or to extend sessions. $50/hr./person
Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)
Participants attending Glade Run Adventures EAL will receive programming designed to elicit a variety of established therapeutic outcomes with the goal of helping individuals learn about themselves. This experiential learning experience engages a person’s whole body, not just their mind. EAL uses horses to help individuals better understand their own thoughts, beliefs, relationships, life circumstances and challenges.
Benefits of EAL include:
- increased self-awareness, self-esteem and mindfulness
- reduced anxiety and depression
- social skill development
- increased trust, personal responsibility and communication skills
- increased distress tolerance and physical movement
$150/1 hr./group of up to 10 participants
$75/1 hr./for 1-2 participants
Equine Assisted Wellness Workshops
Practice established techniques to reduce stress, re-energize, engage your senses, and connect with the natural world around you in two hours of guided wellness activities while partnering with our therapy horses. These workshops are for anyone interested in overall wellness or looking to manage the stress of everyday life.
$25/per person for a two hour session
(minimum 6; maximum 12 participants per workshop)
Equine Assisted Team Building
This offering focuses on strengthening team interactions. Effective for all levels, participants will learn to work cohesively to strengthen the team as a whole. They will identify ways to improve communication, problem solve, strengthen individual relationships and experience renewed energy. Morning, afternoon, or full-day sessions are available.
$500 (up to 10 participants) for Morning or Afternoon Session
$900 (up to 10 participants) for Full-day Session
Caring for plants and learning various cooking and crafts skills improves the physical and mental health of all participants. Learning about our environment not only improves the self-esteem and knowledge of participating individuals, but also improves the world for all of us. All participants of Glade Run Gardens learn skills that they can be proud of and use for the rest of their lives in recreational, vocational and life-long activities.
Gardening has been proven to relieve stress and anxiety. The calming atmosphere of the greenhouse, gardens and hiking trails provides an appreciation for the environment and helps counter depression and frustration.
Horticultural therapy brings about a number of changes in individuals, including an increase in attention span and the ability to solve problems. Giving a person seeds, soil, and plants to care for enhances their ability to assume responsibility and increases their sense of self-worth.
Specialized Adventures Camp
A social skills development camp for individuals ages 8 – 18. Any child in need of social skill development is welcome, however, the camp is specially designed for children with moderate to high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders. This is not an ESY Camp but may be covered for some school districts as ESY. The camp runs Monday-Friday 9am-3pm.
Pricing- $1,200/camper/two week session
St. Stephen’s Extended School Year Program
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Academy utilizes Glade Run Adventures experiential education activities for students attending ESY. These uniquely tailored activities, such as therapeutic horseback riding, horticulture, and small animal experiences engage students with social skill challenges. Student IEP goals are targeted, monitored and reported to school districts. Camp runs Monday-Thursday 9am-1:30pm.